Monday, 28-Jul-2014


   
Region: Thessaly Area: Magnesia / Pilion, Mouresi
 
Pelion is one of the most beautiful areas of Greece. An extraordinary mountain with variegated vegetation and a view to the sea. If you only see Pelion you will have a good idea of how the remaining Greek landscapes are! Enjoy unique walks in nature. As you ascend you are overwhelmed by the green, as you descend you encounter some of the most amazing beaches in Greece. Crouching in the mountainside you can see 24 traditional villages true folkloric and architectural treasures.

Pelion offers itself for hiking. Thee are many traditional narrow paved paths, some passable others less each one leading you to a surprise: beaches, small churches, stone bridges and chestnuts…It is an experience which you should not miss.
In Pelion you will live moments of true happiness!
 
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For your sight seeing choose the famous little train which has started to operate again. It stars at Lehonia and it goes through the traditional settlements of Ano Yatzea, Ayia Triada, Ay. Thanasio, Pinakaton and it ends at Milies. It is a unique journey a “must” for anyone who finds himself in this area in spring to autumn as it does not operate in winter.
Visit as many villages as you can- each one has its own magic. Admire the magnificent mansions in Milies, Vizitsa, Makrinitsa, Portaria or Tsagarada and their picturesque squares.
Naturally do not miss the famous village of Tsagarada. Visit the St Paraskevi church in the square of the same name with its thousand year maple tree and the beautiful domed springs. Also visit the church (build in 1746) with its magnificent wood carved temple and the square of Ay. Taxiarhes. When you reach Zagora through a small but charming route with running waters taste the famous local fruits.
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